Produced by Dean Fraser, “Just Can’t Deny” is a powerful lovers rock song that proves Bunny Rugs of Third World has one of the richest voices in Reggae music. The single is a soulful and emotional journey topped off with a robust riddim.
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“There’s no sense in running
I just can’t get away
Cause there’s no escape from love” … JUST CAN’T DENY
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Her singles are a combination of Reggae, Dance, Pop and R&B. These singles have been creating waves on the Finland Music Market and have received over 500,000 hits combined. “Understand,” was produced by T.J Records and “Invincible” was written and co-produced by Night.
As it relates to Invincible, Night states that: “I initially wrote this song for Erica Mena from the popular VH1 Reality Series, Love and Hip Hop but decided to record it myself because the lyrics are a true embodiment of the emotional difficulties I was experiencing at that time. Night is also currently recording with Truck Back Records, Andrews “Drew” Correa, DJ Zion and Star Johnson who is synonymous with Sugartime Sports Management.
Night was featured on 3 of Dancehall Artiste Baby Chams’ songs, one of which being “That’s How I Ride” and also “Right There” with Dancehall Star Spice. The move fromTOI to “Tracey Night” was simply because too many “TOI’S existed in the Music Industry and it made sense for her to create her own identity. The “Night” is a representation of a dark, mysterious and sexy female with high energy and intellect.
She has worked on various modelling campaigns such as: Sean John, and Nestle‘ to name a few and has been featured in videos such as: “Paid not Played” and “What I’m Gonna Do” by Award Winning Jamaican Reggae Artiste Buju Banton.
“Trees” is the second single from Ras Batch’s album, Know Thyself (I Grade Records) uniting the Virgin Islands and Jamaica with a ‘who’s who’ of standout talents including Leroy ‘Horsemouth’ Wallace (drums), Dean Fraser(sax), Andrew Bassie Campbell (bass) and Earl ‘Chinna‘ Smith (guitar) for a complete roots reggae experience.
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“ANY LOVE” Taddy P and Aj Brown is Dancehall Now
Known for his infectious bass lines, master Bass Player/Producer/Artiste Taddy P does not disappoint with his latest release, the reggae version of a classic from late R&B icon Luther Vandross “Any Love” done in collaboration with the incomparable AJ Brown.
Its less than a year since the release of his second album “Gimmie Di Bass” which features the hits “Heart of Stone” featuring Tanya Stephens, and “Leave The Crumbs” featuring Mackie Conscious. Taddy P is currently creating waves with the Teddy Pendergrass cover “Come On Go With Me” featuring Evin Lake receiving lots of airplay on stations like Hitz fm, Irie fm, Mello fm to name a few. It’s safe to say he has impeccable musical taste in choosing songs and vocalists to compliment his style of music – a unique blend of Jazz and Reggae.
“With ‘Come on go with me’ doing so well, I wanted to follow up with something just as good” Taddy P said, so he called on guitarist Audley Chisholm and keyboard player Alex Martin- Blanken to assist him in making the beat along with vocalist AJ Brown whose impressive range compliments a simply awesome cover.
Fans can look forward to lots more from Taddy P as he has quite a few performances lined up, including his role as one of the judges on the upcoming television series “Jamaica’s Best School Band.”
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Representing Saint Vincent and The Grenadines, soca music vocal recording artist Fya Empress won the VINCY RAGGA MONARCH title in 2012 with BAM BAM TALK. Now targeting Trinidad and Tobago Carnival for 2013.
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